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Aug 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
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Aug 7, 2013 5:00pm EDT
. so, where did you two meet? >> paris. >> texas. >> bed and breakfast in paris, texas. >> yeah. >> how long ago? >> two years ago. >> six years ago. what she mean is two years ago, we were living in sin, deep in sin, and edna wanted to get her life right, so we've been living sin-free. she was getting right with jesus. >> oh, well, you two make a handsome couple. >> i tell edna that all the time, especially her mustache when she get it -- ow! [ cellphone ringing ] >> um... oh, that's larry. excuse me. hi, honey. uh-huh. i'm sitting here with edna and her loving husband now. [ laughs ] uh-huh. oh, that's okay. oh, fine, fine. that's fine. [ laughs ] yeah, i'll see you then. bye-bye. oh. >> oh, excuse us. oh. >> oh, that was larry. he -- he can't come. >> really? >> yes. he has to stay overnight in macon to put out some fires. >> he can't make it. >> oh! well, i guess i'll be your houseguest tonight! >> no, no. you can't stay here. now, no. >> why not? >> 'cause the, uh, bugs. we got bugs bad. yeah. they take your shoes and everything. they climb all in your hair. you don't want our bugs
Aug 23, 2013 10:00pm EDT
in austin, texas and uh, she had some good ideas, i'm going to call her right now see if she has anymore. [phone rings] gladys: hello this is gladys and if you're selling something i ain't interested. ellen degeneres: hey gladys? gladys: hello? ellen degeneres: gladys it's ellen degeneres, i'm not selling anything. gladys: honey! ellen degeneres: hey! gladys: i love it. thank you for calling me. ellen degeneres: well you're welcome. um, did you see the show by any chance where i moved the plant for you? gladys: oh, honey let me tell you, we got austin, texas had a little bit of ice and two flakes of snow. ellen degeneres: oh no. gladys: and they shut the whole city down. ellen degeneres: no-no! oh! gladys: and they didn't even, i'm telling you, the local news, they showed an icicle hanging off a fellows roof to his house. and that was the big news here in austin, texas. ellen degeneres: oh, oh that's horrible. is this the first time you've been on tv before? gladys: no honey, i've been on tv before. i was on the, listen; i'll be honest with you. ellen degeneres: yea. gladys: i love jesus
Aug 23, 2013 5:30pm EDT
was convicted of murder for the deadly shooting spree aimed at unarmed u.s. soldiers at fort hood, texas. >> warner: and staff sergeant robert bales was sentenced to life without parole in the massacre of 16 innocent afghan civilians. we get details of both military court outcomes. >> woodruff: and in a separate military case-- the army private found guilty of giving troves of highly classified information to wikileaks-- now wants to live as a woman, chelsea manning. ray saurez examines the legal and cultural questions connected with this story. >> warner: mark shields and rich lowry analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: and we look back at robert macneil questioning the reverend martin luther king, jr, on the fight for civil rights. on nbc's "meet the press" just three days before the 1963 march on washington. >> all of these barriers must be removed before the negro can even begin moving up the highway of freedom in all of its dimension. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and with the ongoing support of
Aug 21, 2013 5:00am EDT
.c. and then the white house. my dad -- i used to think about that, too. he left texas and went to los angeles, you know? and my family, that was unheard of, in my family you stayed right there on the farm. you can put a trailer on the land but you don't go. in that case my grandfather's not coming to visit you, you know what i mean? you've got to make a big step. i've made this step, now i'm here, and he goes and starts to confront these things and i'm thinking, hey, stop, you can be okay. you can have education and family. you can have a life, you can have a home. he's like "no, dad, everybody deserves a life, everybody deserves a home. i can't be happy inside myself unless i know these rights are there." so we explore this civil rights movement in this personal way. that's what's brilliant about what you did, lee. i'm always arguing and dealing with him over the real moments of history that, like, give us an emotional understanding of the civil rights movement of what's happening, what's occurring. and that's kind of a movement of our family. and ultimately the reconciliation of our family. the kind
Aug 13, 2013 9:00am EDT
mom lives in texas. i've never met his mom in person. i've only met her over the phone. never even skyped or anything. and i mean, it was just very interesting to me that she would know more things that he was doing-- like he would call her but wouldn't call me. so that was very heartbreaking. i was like, "why wouldn't you just call me to find out how addison's doing? you should call to find out how your baby's doing." - how are you doing? i mean the reality is you may very well be raising these children on your own. - it's very scary. i mean like i said, all i wanted with him was to be married and to have kids and be happy. and you know, i thought everything was fine. i just got comfortable. we just started having money. and now i'm scared to death. every time he leaves even to go to the grocery store, i'm scared that he's not going to come back home. - what do you do to survive? to take care of the bills? - i waitress. it's very limited money. i waitress in a small town. tips are maybe $20 a night... at the most. - who watches your daughter when you're working? - she goes to dayc
Aug 25, 2013 10:00am EDT
of the center for brain health at the university of texas at dallas, and she's the author of "make your brain smarter." welcome to you both. well, dr. fotuhi, let's begin with you, because we heard janice mabry say in the piece she doesn't understand the science, so, help us understand the science. what allows you to say that her brain actually changed? - many different studies using mri have shown that individual interventions that we do, such as stress reduction, increase someone's fitness, and memory stimulation individually increase the size of the brain, and we can see these on mris. what we do, we provide a combination of these interventions, and that's why we see results. - and you're saying that in her case, she literally went from someone who had been told, "you have alzheimer's" to someone who's feeling good and remembering more. - yes. i have cured her fear of alzheimer's, and i explained to her the very first time i saw her that her memory loss issues were minor and that we can improve her memory, and we did. - dr. chapman, let me turn to you, because your book is called "make you
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